Marijuana Concentrates

Marijuana Concentrates

Marijuana Concentrates

Marijuana concentrates contain extraordinarily high THC levels that could range from 40 to 80%. This form of marijuana can be up to four times stronger in THC content than high grade or top shelf marijuana, which normally measures around 20% THC levels. Street or “slang” terms change often and vary regionally across the country. Marijuana concentrates are often referred to as 710 (the word “OIL” flipped and spelled back- wards), wax, ear wax, honey oil, budder, butane hash oil, butane honey oil (BHO), shatter, dabs (dabbing), black glass, and errl. One form of abuse occurs orally by infusing marijuana concentrates in various food or drink products; however, smoking remains the most popular form of ingestion by use of water or oil pipes.

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The Surgeon General’s Warning on Marijuana

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